8, 2000, Gazette)
more information about the items below, or to request application
materials, contact Rosalind Collins at the Office of Research,
737-8251 or e-mail email@example.com
Stanford Humanities Centre will award two postdoctoral fellowships
to candidates who received or who will receive their PhD between
September 1997 and August 2000. The fellowships will be awarded
to participate as part of a shared research group at the Stanford
Humanities Centre during the 2000-2001 academic year. The objective
of the group will be to produce new creative research into three
landscapes an archaeological site in Sicily, an 18th century
estate in west Wales, and the San Andreas Fault. Each fellowship
provides a stipend of $20,000 plus an allowance of $12,500 for
living and moving. The deadline for applications is June 15.
grants and fellowships
Behring Canada has established the Aventis Behring Canada Research
and Education Fund in collaboration with Canadian Blood Services
and Héma-Québec. The fund will support research
and education about hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, and certain
plasma protein based therapies such as immunoglobulins, albumins,
fibrin-sealants, API, AT3 and the organization of related services.
Grants of up to $30,000 are available as are clinical fellowships.
The deadline for receipt of applications is June 15.
Canadian Health Services Research Foundation (CHSRF) and the
Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR) have allocated
funds to establish four Regional Training Centres (RTCs). The
objective of these centres is to build consortia among post-secondary
institutions, departments, faculty and decision makers to augment
current training and to offer applied research training that
is interdisciplinary and sensitive to health system decision
maker concerns. It is expected that four RTCs, one in each of
the Atlantic, Quebec, Ontario, and western regions will be funded
for five years at a level of $400,000 per year. All proposed
consortia are required to register with CHSRF by June 22 with
letters of intent to be submitted by Sept. 15. Development grants
of up to $50,000 will be provided for the preparation of up to
eight full applications.
on non-profit sector
School of Policy Studies at Queens University, in cooperation
with the Kahanoff Foundation Non-Profit Sector Research Initiative
(NPSRI), is offering grants of up to $20,000 towards research
projects focusing on the non-profit and charitable sector in
Canada. Priority will be given to projects that investigate questions
involving public policy and the non-profit sector. Researchers
must have an affiliation with a post-secondary educational institution
which is willing to administer the grant. The deadline for submission
of applications is June 30.
1 is the deadline for receipt of applications under the second
competition round of NSERCs Collaborative Health Research
Projects initiative. This program provides funding of up to three
years duration for specific research projects in any field of
natural sciences and engineering which will lead to health benefits
to Canadians. Teams of two or more independent investigators
may apply. The applicant must be eligible to hold NSERC funds
and be proposing research in an area that falls primarily under
the mandate of NSERC. Participation by partners outside of the
university sector is not required.
material for NSERC
members who plan to submit applications for research grants or
applicants to the university faculty awards program under NSERCs
fall grants competition are required to submit notification of
intent to apply (Form 180) to NSERC by Aug. 15. NSERC has forwarded
an information package to all known potential applicants. First-time
applicants and researchers who have not recently applied to NSERC
will not receive this information directly and a copy of Form
180 and accompanying information can be obtained from the Office
of Research. This information is also available on NSERCs
Web site: www.nserc.ca/forms/formtable_e.htm
. Please note that the Computing and Information Sciences Committee
has been restructured into two new CIS Grant Selection Committees.
major facilities access
deadline for submission of applications is Oct. 1 and all researchers
intending to apply for an MFA grant must submit a notification
of intent to apply for a Major Facilities Access Grant (Form
181) to NSERC by August 15. Up-to-date information is available
at the Office of Research or NSERCs Web site: www.nserc.ca/programs/resguide/mfa.htm
August 1999, the European Commission launched a call for proposals
under the European Unions Fifth Framework Program for technological
research and development. The call for proposals is part of the
horizontal cooperation program known as Confirming the International
Role of Community Research (INCOII). The call encourages the
organization of activities (seminars, workshops and conferences,
networking, etc.) to promote technological research and development
within both the European Union and cooperating countries. The
call for proposals is available at Web site www.cordis.lu/inco2/calls/199909.htm.
Proposals are accepted every four months with the next deadline
June 16 and the last one on Oct. 6, 2002.
Career Renewal Awards
Canadian Health Services Research Foundation (CHSRF) and the
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) have allocated
funds to establish eight joint Career Renewal Awards in 2000.
These awards are open to established researchers who are currently
working in other fields and who wish to re-orient their research
toward applied health services (stream 1) or applied nursing
research (stream 2). The awards under either stream will provide
a one-year salary stipend of $50,000 for the candidate and an
allowance of up to $10,000 for a mentor. Candidates are asked
to notify the foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org of their intent
to apply by June 26. Full applications are due on or before Oct.
Sharp and Dohme International Fellowships in Clinical Pharmacology
are offered to promote and strengthen the discipline of clinical
pharmacology in countries outside of the United States. Four
two-year fellowships with an annual stipend of $35,000 are offered
on an annual basis and are tenable at recognized training institutions
in the United States. Candidates must have an MD degree or equivalent
and must be licensed to practice medicine in their home country.
The deadline for application is Oct. 23.
Burroughs Wellcome Fund Wellcome research
Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC)
Canadian Institutes of Health Research - Collaborative Health
Max Bell Foundation health, education and communication
Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) (US)
research grant (Application).